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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1864

- At the late Fair haM at Hogton for the benefit of the Sanitary C mniipsion, the proceeds of which, after paying ita cxpon ee.w amounted to a hunilral and forty -thouoauJ dollars, the followia touching lines by Mrs. Anna O. 1,. Watcrson were laid on the counters and purchased by the visitors us a jniinurial of the occasion : Oar Work. On the wide battle-!.. 1.1, t Ir close to its ediro, Stand we with tciit-i loth, Cordage and wedge; Lift up the canvass ; hake out the straw ; Have ready the cordials ; Cooling drafts draw. Bear in the wounded ; Hending pe fitly down : (Some mother's sons they are This day our own.) Woman with suit touch llatlic this young brow; Ton with the strong arm llai.se that soldier now. A cup of cold water For him wounded sore; lie asks if a brother Needs it not more. Look '. on this dark ft in Grin slave-scars are found Where blood rushes red From the Freedniau's deep wound. Feiv words are spoken W'v bandage and feed Our soldiers and prisoners In perilous noo...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 March 1864

1 JJJJJ1I "THE UNION." foUbi&ed ia liUWhoIe Nu, BY 0. T- WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1854. CIISOXICLE,-establhheJ la lS43WhrJe N., 1,037. jkt per Tfr, alwati la Advance. in Diiw sim hi isiiM mm TttMy Morning & Friday Afternoon. Km riiLMiiS'T, Ah ii a ii am Lincoln m.T. G Evaes has opened Harda-are abd tjueenawsre more ia Obatuberitn's building. (Adv'l in next psper.) A.Tbe Hoote t.f Repreaentstivee has pasted j -iot resolution ext.ndieg tba payment of th. $3uO ted JM'"") b.onti.. ' to volunteers and vat.raus, to tbe ltlof April. This, we suppose, will postpone tbe draft, end probably obviate tbe oee tity of ii .Itngother. nauFW Joba M Rranmal. of IV, I" Introduced bill before G -ngreM recom nienJin.r the location of the new Inn Vita ' - - i in cur ciiw. w..-g 1 r - Siau af the LVion, it would be emincnt- ly .deantagoou. to ne t,0,erc,urUl , toe Mil as a mener m ccjujui wen , entralixtiion. aaiury I. ommission -Tba t". S will h.. 1...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 March 1864

i i i COUNTY STATKML1NT. C 00 c " a 55 - s e If HF sif,r:i O 5 -5 - . i2 ?i 3 J- o T 2 V - w 1 t -i y iJ "5 ' - H3 . d- ".3 o - w --- - a SI- c" faM in rt ltiw " f 1 Hi'Boly In full II cm. 4 of t:iK inlIlurr. A ul i lorn. KrmiVfo2 rounty rVltl-uK-ut fcr liUI lwlav A Kcuut Jy, Aui'og rrth. anJ H-r. 4 -",1 ti Assessors 1'ay. At-vfsnrA fi'i their &vric- in ira 13.1 IMcciion Kxjiciiscf. Fr.r:n- Rlrrtt d b M m Man U I .HI Scrutiliing Court House. K'n Jn. F, Attorney lr nlna1l"l-r!l 25.0 ' Ji.trict Attorney Feu?. ATfrr-I ll-(i. i 4M)(l lVoihuiiotary nnl Rcjristrr'd Ofiinc. J laiiil I'nitlK'UoUry f tui y.'S Court KxjtcririCH. Orafi Jnmrfir February ft. . tcut 91 Ut 1 ravvriw 14, At irml Jtirw f' tay T-rm U.;u lraiTi 2'-tl..n Urand ar T r .-loiia 7 47 - - T-rw 2TSt,7 ranUurirr (ur Ic iS H'U Yrav-rH - ! rm l-l. la - S'.i Court Crici'd Wages. ItI 1 P lifer an I w. tVlicb 'J'nHiiivon (r Constiillos at Court. Ift-t j-ball, J'-iiu hhit aud otb-ra 7-.7. CousuMoo mileage t inukirg Rct'ns. 6sUJ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 March 1864

m hi mm ffliiiii Iff "THE UXI.JX," feliblioiied in 1SU Wlwle ;No. '2.658. BV 0. X- W'OKDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISRURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1864. UHROXICLE," eotablheJ iu 18 .3-.Whiik Ka. 1.U37. 41 ..V per Year, ttlwaji In Advance. III 1 s. t - MI low nkiisiiku NKMI-WKKkLI- Ta?h M'trninii !fe Fr'nlay Afurnonn. mi: riibiiuniT. ,.?iuiam Lincoln arc W nr inforillt-d ihU liull tlui) I II. has uiad up her tiuota, JMrSee aderticmo Mutual l'fc ltit-urauce Compauy, iu no oilier 0'iluiiiii. I. A. m-eting of the oi'ii-ii U an il iuiiCcJ at Independent 1111, at 7 o'clock tlit evening, to ii .tiire into some allogt'd peculations respecting volunteer sud bouu- ; ty business Let all atteud. . W;t. Curtin received official infor- i niailou from Washington, last est oilier, J .. J l, e.,cnli.ti.ttl nnllll h 0 ! . .u ,.... r" F -' . ,, . erutueut bouutie to the soldiers ill rm , cuutiuued uutil further oruers. gr-The last issua of the Wiiliamsport JiuUctin Was hut half sheet. Cuu-tt ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 4 March 1864

It is saggeatad, by eorrtfpondeBt ef tbe Greeoaburg Uenld, that tha Donor-g-uintion of the Sute Stoate may hate be. a matUr of intereU, u il coibled tha bood holder! to get nine per ooot. interest instead ef six. Teej eoald afford to pay men a fw thousands for refusing to pais a bill for psjing in legal tender money, and Kill mike a good speculation iff tbe tsz-payirs, wbo must pay a million or 10 mora to make up tba sotn squandered by Ihe disorganising, revolutionary Senator!. Jeff. Davis baa issued a bragging ad dress to bis troops, in which bs tells them bow gallantly they have re-enlisted, without reward, while tbe Yankees have bad to offer crushing baaolies. When it is evident that the Rebs bavs no money to offer, and that their men are compelled to ''re-enlist" or be shot, ibis boast is ridic ulous. It reminds one of Tom Corwin's description of tbe way the Texans extend ed bleasioga on tbe Mexican.", by eouipell ing them to "take trial by jury aod habeas corpus, or nine bullet...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 March 1864

! rt Fgn-wn.aiiiiat.iai ii j3you.ii ,im ma. rmmnwvv mmm HI THE UMO.." feUblisued in lbl t-.-Whu!8 No.. 2.659. 0 UOKlihA AaM J. n. lAMiiiiiuo. At per Year, nlwaji In Advance. LEWISBIJRG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 8,-1861 v- CHRONICLE," edaMMied in I?13 Whole Xo... 1,03. n Sill Mi mm kl.MI-wEkjUl-- Tiicyiv Mmfo Si Friday Afiornonn. idtt i'ulml'KM. Amu h a m Lincoln rThe furlough of the Veterans of the 51t Pa. Vols, cxpirt od the 9 h inst. Our boys expcot to leave on Wednesday morning. . aT March was ushered in by a few iochea of snow, wliich, howevr, ii "nil .n. in minsen-ienca of a warm j ----- j - tltirmisb with old Sol. - T0a7' "recruiting VffioerV" received official orders, on the 5.b in,.., to coo.io. m, ,.Je, the U. S bounty Tstein, nntil turtuer oruers, or io the first of April. Latest from Uicmmd.su! List ''at urday, our old friend David lleekendorn, arrived, direct from K.chmond, having reached that ci'y a little in advance Kilpatrick, aud bs been spending the winter the...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 March 1864

STATEMENT. IS" 1" t - ? i 5 5 o s H. 3 V i - V X y r A ' C y Z. s. i - r s , o ,cs-. a, c a 3 'a m " is sz S3? . C J- 9 - to - o i k " - 1 C -i' i f a sr r a ? . t i x -2 s ; c c s. a : i 3 " c : i e - .J W y. fte K t: a ; ii a s k a. ft Sri K 3 5 5- V? S iiS ri(l id port 'inis Pfttluif nt fA. Keunrjy in fjll Ilciu ol i:pcudKure. Auditors. Fornftkins oouutj eietUDiat tut 1063 lnr!n fliOftclrrk -''irt A kenot dy, A ud'n ir Trntb. anil R. Oftlrii t.X 21 00 Assessors' l'.iy. AiMMors for tb'ir rvir iu l"! 133 20 Election Exposes. tprias El;ti.-n h-IJ im M rrh lit IS onrai a.mivD new lu iicaDr Scrubbiug Court House Abb TGreg t Attorney's Fees. Vm Jodm, Eii. Attorney for Cotnmitniirt District Attorney Fec3. Alfred IUyi, t-l 22.00 2300 45.00 lVothonotary and Register's Office. Court Expenses. Grmnd Jamrs rur rvtrusijr 5eflc rrMrt trmn4 JnrxfB for My Ttdi SrTnie " " tarmod Jarora fur 0vpt hion - lorn HrBlld Jurors for Dec. prions Travrrw " " TvriB 812. '0 u..;o 2...i 7.t 47 276 "7 87.47 loi...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 March 1864

II DI1TI 8TA1 Ml HI Ifflie tI "CHRONICLE,' Kabllsbed la l$l3who Xa.. 1.038. BY 0. ' WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. 41 11.SO per Tear, alwaji In Advance. NKUaBKB Xf-Mt-WEKStt 1 OZ 4 t jWav Morning fit FrMav AfterrwoH. ! "w LEWISBUKG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH II, 1864. FOR rKESll'FT. AnitiHA-M Lincoln; aevPlease ounce that Hev. 0 K. ' D- iniogrr hi postponed hi. .ale of household good, to (be 30th ioat. BavTbe Veterar.. and new recruit of th three eotnranie. in tie 51st P. V FIRST PUN!! The Opening State Election. i - - i- n t j j r.. . fn rn nur rrm a n mrp won n niTPrin rra d.. d - ( . ID., spring, oere . .u, uf A, 6oi,bed it, riHE unrferasgned ,Jm h..rs-,f as . can-! ; the inferior order of dpliiDgboo9e hfre, lhtre no Icause f,r cur nuea)i,j d.daie lor in- .fiVe of Justice ot the ! which rent to much Pn fit. The business for ..4 unnecessary removal to .he Or.ue 06,a'M 00 109 8 h ,Brt- T.e Peace f..r the Borough of Lewisburg, at the . . llTirr.al a (liatrirt a Minu anltra'i. ivman...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 March 1864

Who will Care for Bother Now. Vhy am I m weak ami weary ? See how faint rr.j, heated breath ; LU around to me seems darkuo.-s Ti'll me, comrade, is this death ? .Ah I how well 1 kuow your answer; To my f-ite I weekly bow, If you'll only tell me truly Who will cue for uiuther now ! cnoRUS. ' Soon with sneel-t I'll he marching. With bright laurels on my brow; I have for niy country fallen, Who will tare for mother now 7 fio will comfort her in sorrow ? Who "ill dry the fulliii.' tear? Gently smooth her wrinkled forehead? Who will whi.jer words of cheer 7 JJven now I think I see her, - Kneeling, praying for me now ; Can I leave her in her anguish ? Who will care for mother now 7 Give my knapsack for a pillow, ' Let my muutle be the tky, Hasten, comrades, to tlx battle, 1 will like a solUior die. Boon with angels I'll be marching With bright laurels on niy brow, I have for my country C illen Who will care for mother now 7 ANSWER. Sleep, noble hero, let not one fear H leal o'er thy brave...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 March 1864

Will flu UY 0. .V- V.'OUDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS, it i.5 prr Year, always In Advance. TilE I'NiuX." ftUWiwl in VVh,la Nil. 2,660. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., TA, TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1SC1 - 'ainiOXIt'LErt.i!:;-!;. la liH TVl..:o., 1,039. mi F1IWI6DI Mi TfC1 it i mu ua h : vf nm I III1 ;::li-hh maii-wei liir- , T-Uy M.triiiiis & Fii.lav Afternoon. ! Iifcw Hainpshiie and Ohio. JIB. rllASK L'aCLINKtS. hi:: ri:i.!ii:r. All II A II AM f 1 (JO e,r Hampshire is the na'ive, and '. . 1 Ohio U the adontei1 Pi'e of Salmd.n 1. larWe shall i-su? our uezt paper oo Chase Secretary of the Treasury. l! 'h Thursday, in order to commodate caudi- these Stairs have dceidd in tLeir Union , dates wi'h tickets on Triday. : Convention rr Legislature", tiniest uuau- im iusly, for the re-eUc'ioo of Trcsidetit l.i.M'ol.N. Upon this, Mr. Chase assures I Tl.c Wt'l Hrincti Insorauee Company A written c nimutiicatiio was sent to t(io J locacd at Lock llaveu, Las appointed Secretary uf Wr u t-'murdiy last by a I assigne...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 March 1864

"Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys." Yes, we'll rally 'round the flag bojs, we'll rally once again, Shouting (lie brittle cry of freelom ; We'll rally from the hilUiJc, we'll gather fimii the )il.iiu, Shouting Uiu battle cry of freedom. cnRt:s. The I'liion fir ever I hurrah, Jmya Imrrali ! loun with tha traitor, ami itti with the utars. While we rally 'round the His, hojs, rally um-e sgain, Flinutiug the battle cry of freedom. Ve are spriniiing to the call, for two huu ilred thou.-auJ more. Shouting tin; battle cry of freedom, Aud we'll 1111 the vacant rauls of our brothers "one l tore. Shouting tLu battle cry of freedom. We'll welcoui'! ( our number?, thv loyal, true and brave, tilioutiuj: the battle cry of freedom, Although he niny be poor, he shall uevor lm a lave, Shouting the Vial tie cry of freedom. Fo We're (i rin-;inrj to the call from te east and from the vr.-st, Shouting the battle cry of freedom, And we'll haul the roliel cr.-.-t from the land we love the W.-t, Shout intr the b...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 March 1864

HI ill! Sill Ml I mill rfl CY v. WOKDEN AND J. 41 ..! per lear, always In Advance. ri';uH. KK.i-vm.hLi j.v,'ay Murnini: S, FtMay Afiernmm. run rt.t-M.it t. Abraham Lincoln lOTThe evenii.K mail- from the Sou.b btve ben unusually irreiulT this week. Wednesday, we learn, a bridge was burned ntbe N. 0. It. R ,ti r Rabimure, which delayed the train 7 or S b. urs. DECEASE (F A VlItKAS. Tbomtl Clapbam, of West Bulfsioe township, a membor of Cap'. Hassebpluij'a Corareny, wh re-'ulis'rd as a veteran, wasatttektd kr chilis on tbe 5'h in.'., and died on tbe 14 :h. He was aged about 14 years. ajJnies F. Fichth rn, KiSoper L. Eeber aud Jscksnn Wrrti, of t'o. D, 5tb P. R. C, have re-enllsted, and are now io Lwi!.burg ttjyiug their 3l days furlough. tne ree-ri xin.iuerce-.iieu,.! .... . . . T 1 1 it . , t II... . mrur.M U of Pi-nnsyi.ao a, at 1'hiUd , the degree of 1 c'or cf M' iicics was e inferred 00 Geo. It. fipratt, rf Lrvrifbar,-, and Charles H. fr ugal and J l.n .Murray, Jr, of Mi'.ton. Tie ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 March 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEW1SBURG CHRONICLE. rm ma eraa a cmMncLB. Cltaam nf Snnahlntt. . The cars began to uiova slowly. The ) whistle shrieked as though in pain. l'a- . sengcr looked about for baskets and satch els. C'hil'lrcn asked tirrd looting mamas, " ' ""Are ve froing to stop here V N fa (shouted in by the burly conductor. Slower and idower wo move! till at last, with a -rating sound, we came to a full ! fctop. Yt'hat a bustle followed ! Mm, . wuiucn and children moviug toward the m a,ttooB, wera met by a counter current of csjcr humans, who jostled and pushed with an utter disregard of life or limb?. Little ncw.4-bo)i and fruit-sellers ftjueezed through the crowd in some unaccountable iray, and were improving the few niomeuta . they had in a style quite surprising. But sundry r norts from tli iron horse and a movement of the cars warned all loiter ers to leave the train. Jut then the door in front was opened by a surly looting man, who thrust iu a little boy, theu closed the...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 March 1864

! I . i i mini I'll mm fHRO BY 0. NOKLUVN A it J. U. lUlWHililUa. 41 1.."K per tar, aluays In Advance. TanUs Morning & FrMay Afternmin. KOI! l'l!rM!'rr. " Ai,kaiia. Lincoln JajrAuutbtT of our hands Imiig left in to enlist, wo are- again inc 'nmi ideJ for help, and our patrons will Lave to bear with u. Dt,GuQ. Grant's visit lo Washington eeius to Lave caused the last call for 0l) 000 mea. lie wants enough to make it sure, Eist and West. gajy-Duriu the bigh wind of Friday last, a log dwelling ou tho farm of th e late James Dale, K-ij , in liuffaloo town ship, was burned dowu. ley-Lieut. W. R. Foster and Perg. John L. Uecse have succeeded Lieut. Beale in the recruiting s-rvio;, ia this place. The office is removed to the room over Reiiuelt Ur' diug store, opposite this office. .Mrs. A. M. Ilolstein who has been connected for some years with the bospi- tali in our army, will meet tbe ladies of the Soldiers' Aid Society, at Mr J. F. Linn's.on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. fce-Last...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 March 1864

Strike the Balance. Under this head, the Baltimore Ameri can tbss stunt op a few of tk terrible rtsoltB of tie great rebellion amd it guilt; twoec Slavery. It is ed but truibful picture of tie fruits of this gigautic wick edness, which ha risen up upon the soil of the American Republic, to blast its peace and destrsv the hopes of matikiudfur ges jet to eome : ?rru.r of Stjocry everything ti taxed. Vi't arise io (he moruing aud enrobe our selves in taxed cotton and woollen gar ments at twice their usual pries. We shave with taxed soap aud comb eur hair with taxed comb dolefully gmiog in a taxed mirror. We put on our taxed boots, of horse hide, for, alas, the glories of patent leather are among the memories tf the past, and walk over a taxed Mail carpet to the region where, with a due re gard fjr the economy of taxed fuel, our frugal breakfast U spread. We driuk our taxed coffee, a decuetion of chickory, French, Hroadbeot and "old rye," in which ii mixed our taxed sugar, with a taxed ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 March 1864

11M D: ML HI (PlIIOTw WUllli Ml III ..vivt&r iri rliUIIIU SUtl-WKKMV Tuttky Mrnim: & Friday At'ii'raoon. khi: riiF.siii'.T. AmtAIIA.M lil.NCOLX Drtt'e arii rupiesiid to give notice that an adjourned meeting of the ci'izMis r .1 . . Ml I I II . I. - i 01 me county Will lie ucm at log wurv 1 , . . ,r , House, Saturday evening at half p seven, for further consultation in r"rir'2 to tbe payuieutof Government premiums. fcfirWe learn that ou the niht of the 2'i, two lueu, one of them e-iid to be an cngiuoer ou the Cat'awissa Railroad, appeared at the Camerouis Hume, iu Cbillisii-iuiine, and after becoming intoxi cated got into a fi j;ht with the proprietor, ' wu.cn rcsuitcu 111 mo .. turned, the bar torn awav, bottles glares broken, and a soid'nr who wns on his way to the army bit iu the face with bottle and badly iijured. l!i frc officer could bo brought to arrt tbeiu they jumped into a bujrpy and left. 5uThe 43-u l'a. Vols, pissed lhrmi!;h Lancaster en route for the front, on th...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 25 March 1864

Queer Things Done in Type. The mistakes of printers ire often erj funny to readers, and eiasperating to au thors. A aiogle letter is often of the greatest importance, aud a email mistake frequently changes the whole effect of an article. Some very fuony stories are told of mishaps of this character, and we give bclm? some of the Lest. , An English paper once stated that the Russian Gen. Backiooffkowsliy was found dead with "a Iodc word in his month." It should have been "bwurl" la ibis ease, howefer, the priuter could not have leen biased f.r Lariug out a letter after setting up the Russian name correctly. DuriDg the Mexican war one of the Eog glish newspapers hurriedly announced an important item uf news from Mexico that Gen. Pillow and thirty seven of his men had tern loot "in a bottle." It 6hoold have read "battle." A U j in a printing office came npon the came of Hecate, occurring iu a liue like this : 'SLall It'-gn tho Iterate of th dcft 11.11." The boy tuiukiog he bad discover...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 March 1864

Iff ffllM (PI 1 ill (P If IP a HIM q 3iM "THE UXIO.V established ia Jit 2,66a. a v Wx 1 1 l V klr TTT LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 29, '18G4. niROXIt'LE," esMMisfceJ in 18 IS Whole No., 1,011. II ftt.'tl per 1ar, aluaii In AiUnnce. ol Ml Ta?hy Vnrniiii & Fri.iaY Ant rnim. r.n; pilot-1 i. Copperhead SUte Convention. Thursday la-t, certain irn 1 1 imiiot: claiming to lie 1' t-i-:i - m-t in the National UunnK I! Phihi.le'j.hiu. to 'eotisi ler " tln-ir ci.tnu r- t.j eic -i a "President f ihrir own Wie. 11. Vv'itte was t-lfi-t--.l I're-idenf, ;unl indulged in a tirade i abuse ajain-t tho National Administration, ; t ' 1 1 1 ir a revised edition in sab-'.aare of iho Fpcecll vtave ill Le-.visbur:r.) John II. Uuaies icUi ?-inlt' l tlii-: Senatorial district, ain! John I'tnii ininirs and Hubert Siviiiel'ord the Ke :0entative district. Itob.Tt S wi;:vti'l wa tipiirjinted Elector for il'is Ci:iiriT-.-i.in-il ui-'-rici II. Alr'uhs and Thomas i'ower, l'ek'iratcs to National t'oi...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 March 1864

Careless People. Only the other day our nerrcs were WorkeJ oploeip! .osionpomtlyanaccuuo.! gioi.1 operation, bj wbrch ! cf a perilous aurgioal woman a tnciiea was opeoea to remove a .:i i: u.i i.i-.j .L , . , iivci uiuic wuiuu ubu iuugeu mere. Aim how on earth did a silver dime ever get in woman' windpipe 1 Simply because (he was carelcaa, and liable with her mouth full of email cuius. Was there do other place where she could le.p her ten-cent niacea ? We do feel sorry fur a creeping baby when it gets bold of Ilia bars of a grate by mistake, or cuts its finders, or bumps in head, but for gronn people who suffer from their uwu recaWuess c have little patience. AVhat is (he nse of a wotrnu's convert ing ber mouth into a pio-cuhion, and then expecting nor sympathy, when a sudden eneese or an unexpected cough imperils her life J What is the use cf a nian balancing himself on an oscillating chair, instead of sitting up straight like a Christian 7 Are are expected to fiud viuegaraod brown...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 April 1864

ATS T mX 11 1j! IfMttlJMlff lMllllI1ll;jlo 'THE U.N MX," tii.tUi.iael !a lsii ti.,U 2,CGX "niKOMCLC," esfiMih.::l in lS43---Thu,e Xf., 1,'Jll. ,:idi:n and j. il coiinelius. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 18G4. Ht SI-' Vrr Vrnr, aln'iiyt In Advance. ,1,.U:IMI M il-'.t,KM.t 7V.'.iy Mrmz k FrM-iy Anrrniitm. rm.M r-r. Ai? i: A II A I Lrit'OLN j-ar-We piiut the nnv il ,uuty l.ill iu this paper, that tbe t ... .It- of t hr? d.ff .rent districts uiay Lave it f r refireuce. B5-We Lave a Ui vr Carrier lloy f.ir tins Star ei. Chronicle, and ih.,ao removing their residences in tou should La c.,i,-tul to inform Li in of the fact, and give notice at the ofhee if they ar tiii--i 1 BsfMaving d.y 1st f April conies 10 a sad ciuie this jrar. We .iiy " the movers." In Xh York, liny fix upon tLtS 1st of May M lbs safest time t I f!it. 11 is rather late for bu-iucss, Lut a sunr and mure plca-atit p,-riol. Thu " shad llit-s" uni nth.-r wise weatl, cr prophets are cow sufl ring sonuwtu'tiy f...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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